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louisiana para conocer los daños del huracán isaac. >>> asesinan a gisela blanco que importaba más de 3 toneladas de cocaína a estados unidos en l'a década de los 80s. >>> y dan los últimos toques a la convención nacional demócrata que arranca en unas horas en charlotte carolina del norte, comenzamos >>> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna con ilia calderón y enrique acevedo ♪. y desde charlotte, maría elena salinas ♪. >>> qué tal, ilia tiene la noche libre, a unas horas que inicie la convención nacional demócrata en charlotte , carolina del norte, el presidente barack obama viajó a louisiana, donde se reunió con trabajadores de emergencia y ofreció ayuda para la reparación de la región tenemos los detalles. >>> el presidente barack obama llegó a louisiana para ver los daños causados por isaac y para mostrarle a los residentes que tiene la situación de recuperación bajo control. >>> estamos aquí para ayudar, dijo el presidente a su llegada, visitó el distrito bautista de saint young, una de las zonas más azotadas >>> quiero agradecer a fema y a la
saint young, una de las zonas más azotadas >>> quiero agradecer a fema y a las autoridades estatales y locales, porque en el pasado no vimos esta clase de coordinac . >> esto en clara referencia a las críticas que se le hicieron en el pasado al ex presidente george bush, después que el huracán katrina golpeara esa región hace 7 años. >>> en esta oportunidad declaramos el estado de emergencia rápidamente y pedimos ayuda individual para los residentes de la región. >>> el presidente barack obama dice que quiere apoyar a los residentes que están en refugios para que vuelvsan a sus viviendas lo antes posible. >>> esot para que las personas puedan tener los recursos necesario para reconstruir y enviar a sus hijos a la escuela. >>> las autoridades del estado esperan que la ayuda se extiendan a 14 distritos, hasta ahora miles de residentes han pedido ayuda para la reconstrución de sus viviendas. >>> también taban en el grupo los que volvían por primera vez a sus casas, se enfrentaron al a dura realidad de ver sus pertenencias inundadas por la tormenta. >>> muchos vieron esto por se
clouds, 50s through 7:00. brighter around the bay and inland by noon, temperatures jump 20 to 30 degrees from 7:00 to noon around the bay and inland upper 50s at the coast, 60 there 4:00, 80 around the bay, 92, warmest inland drop 10 degrees across the board except the coast drop to 57° with clouds on the increase by 7:00. wednesday slight chance of thunderstorms. then that chance fades into thursday still a little below average for friday, mid 80s inland, mid 70s around the bay, upper 50s at the coast. >> time for traffic. >>> good morning. things looking good although slow traffic reported out of the central valley not bad once you get to the dublin interchange, chp reporting first reports i should say of an accident at the dublin interchange west 580 to north 680 we'll follow that could be slowing until they clear that it of lanes. so far from the altamont pass to the interchange just about 15 minutes. if you are heading elsewhere, another issue can't find that issue now, we'll get back to that, otherwise smooth sailing at the toll plaza, no problems there as you head into san franci
as well as there, reporting visibility down to 3/4s of a mile, give yourself extra time this morning. the winds light, west southwesterly breeze through the delta has weakened in the last hour or so through fairfield, 49 in santa rosa, 51 napa, our numbers within a few degrees of yesterday, some of us cooler, some of us warmer, 60 degrees livermore, 57 san jose, 54 redwood city, 50s mountain view, palo alto, 50s san francisco as well as oakland. a look at the forecast here. we have got the flow again off the coast. over the coming days it will continue to circulate that cooler air into the area. it is going to thicken our marine layer. it is going to strengthen that onshore breeze. it is going to drive our temperatures down. for today just a few degrees. the southwesterly wind will be kicking up through the delta and the bay for the afternoon. 15 to 25 miles per hour expected. >>> running you through your afternoon, by about noontime, 70s around the bay. we have got 60s along the east bay coast -- stretch there and we have got 60s along the peninsula as well as the coast and low 80s
to adopt a platform that reflects the president's argument his work is unfinished and der s another four years. the platform includes a call for higher taxes on wealthier americans backing same-sex marriage and rights. -- and abortion rights. the first lady will close out with a primetime speech. >>> san francisco public utilities commission offers two million dollars if public assistance each year to low income families an audit matched 473 addresses to address records for city workers public utilities spokesman says city workers average $90 three,000 a year in salary. >>> -- $93,000 a year in salary. >>> [ unintelligible ] mark matthews covering the convention in charlotte. >> reporter: her name is melissa, 26-years-old her first national political convention and i'm taking bets it is not her last. she tells me her time here seems dream-like she is talking about the american dream. >> i can't believe it is happening it made me think is the only country where something like that can happen. >> reporter: she grew up in a working-class poor family in the mission. >> immigrant family, unio
, still foggy out there. >> you are right, long the coastline fog over santa rosa, visibility down to 3/4s of a mile so the fog is back in your neighborhood. we are looking at a decent onshore breeze, actually ramping up. still weak through the delta but got that marine layer thicker, the delta breeze stronger, and that is going to again equal a bit of a cool down for your afternoon. >>> 48 in napa, 49 santa rosa, most of us within a few degrees of what we had yesterday. 60 degrees livermore, upper 50s san jose, mid-50s around redwood city, low 50s san francisco as well as oakland, 54 in concord and livermore 60 degrees. as we get outside mostly clear skies for most of us. we again do have that marine layer shooting across the bare over near oakland low clouds along the coastline and fog developing there. so for today in a nutshell mostly sunny skies, numbers come down 3 to 5 degrees, the onshore breeze strengthing, 15 to 20 miles per hour in some cases, 25 some some of our windier prone spots. giving you a look at the afternoon highs, 80 degrees petaluma, 82 san rafael, 75 oakland, low 90
since acta city was twinned with lamjo. >>> u.s. secretary of state clinton urged southeast asian leaders to work together towards calm in the south china sea. she wants them to resolve territorial disputes with china without intimidation or use 6 force. she met with indonesian foreign minister in jakarta. clinton says it is in the u.s. national interest to keep peace in the south china sea. >> we encourage asean and china to make meaningful progress towards finalizing a comprehensive code of conduct in order to establish rules of the road and clear procedures for peacefully addressing disagreements. >> asean members met in july, but disagreements over cambodia, vietnam and philippines unsettled the talks. they couldn't agree on a joint statement. >>> u.s. forces stationed in afghanistan are suspending local police training in order to perform background checks. the move followed a series of deadly insider attacks. our bureau in bangkok has the details. >> 1,000 new afghan police recruits are in limbo as the u.s. halts training. trainees account for only a small fraction of all of
:47. temperatures from half moon bay to san francisco pockets of sun low to mid 60s mid to upper 70s bay mid 80s fremont, palo alto san jose 90 santa rosa most 90s east bay valleys. as far as what is going on across the country, a little cooler around boston, seattle mid 70s, 80s, 90s until you get to phoenix and dallas. flight arrival delays into laguardia, departure delays out of philadelphia severe weather possible around minneapolis and chicago today. use our flight tracker abc7news.com. >>> 4:48. the controversial back about the raid that killed osama bin laden written by a commando who was there goes on sale today the author matt bissonnette was member of the seal team, in the book he says bin laden was shot in the head as he peeked out his bedroom door. he said he and another seal entered the room and finished him off with shots to the chest that differs from the official count that weather weather -- that bin laden was reaching for a weapon. >>> bay area teens are taking advantage of the foreclosure crisis using social media to turn vacant homes into party houses big plans posted for a c
. for today that change is subtle, especially inland, 80s to 90s, fog along the coast and cool again so that summer like pattern holds firm, 60s coast, 90s inland. we have tropical depression john off the baja california coastline that will bring high clouds to our area, by wednesday and thursday high clouds. will feel humid, even a slight possibility for thunderstorms maybe wednesday night into thursday morning as it interacts with that low pressure off our coastline. >>> for today mostly sunny, dry conditions, a lot like where we started yesterday, 48 napa, 52 santa rosa, and 50s in those areas, afternoon highs feeling pretty good in most cases, hot for some of our far inland spots, 90 clear lake, 83 napa, 84 navato, 70s sausalito, 70s east bayshore line, nun danville, 90 walnut creek, south bay, 85 santa clara, 84 mill ped as, 85 san jose, 80s there, 84 wood side, 83 menlo park, the extended forecast, numbers will continue to fall in a bigger way by wednesday into thursday, into the weekend we will see that high pressure build back in, 80s and 90s forecast inland, 60s at the cost. ba
the coast. temperatures running in the 50s around san rafael, san francisco4@ half moon bay everybody else in the 60s far east fairfield, antioch and livermore, low to mid 70s itch today afternoon sunshine, cloudy and cool again tonight thunderstorm chance in tomorrow's forecast. today mid to upper 80s south bay could reach 90 los gatos peninsula mid 80s palo alto drop to 75 millbrae. low 60s even upper 50s along the coast mid 60s downtown to 67 south san francisco, 72 in sausalito low to mid 80s north bay valleys upper 50s to low 60s at your beaches. mid 70s to mid 80s from north to south across the east bay shore. east bay valleys hot, low to mid 90s like yesterday 65 monterey more sun 75 santa cruz more sunshine and warmth in morgan hill, 20° warmer, 95 two games almost at the same time. coliseum starts first angels and a's 7:05 first pitch dropping to 57. 7:15 at&t park giants and diamondbacks dropping to 56 both games going to be a little chilly by the time they end. clouds roll back into the bay, coast, a few clouds leak inland mainly 50s when we wake up tomorrow morning. we are wat
. this is your first day going to school in the u.s. how you feeling? >> not good. >> my son is very nervous. >> reporter: but at least everyone is a new student at this school. they've come armed with color coded maps to find their classrooms in this $22 million sprawling school that's been years in the making. >> i think it's great. i mean, we've been waiting for it for years. >> reporter: this is one of two new schools opening in fairfax county this year. the other is mason crest elementary in annandale. these new schools were built to help accommodate the 3600 new students entering the school system this year. >> we've grown about 15,000 kids over the last five years, so we are dealing with growth, growth, growth. >> reporter: for dr. jack dale, head of fairfax county public schools, today is his last first day of school as superintendent. he's moving on at the end of the school year and he has no doubt what the biggest challenge will be for his successor. >> we're running out of space here in fairfax. it will be a challenge in the next five, ten years. >> reporter: in lorton, kristin fi
to the u.s. participation in world war i. this event held at the 10 main pc in a new york city is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you, boris. it is a pleasure to be here. thank you offer coming out for this. i just want to second what saab want the same about the museum, the tenement museum. if you have not taken the tour down the block here, which is really the core mission of this museum is to interpret that tenement house built in 1863 and the generations of immigrants who became new yorkers partly through living there. you really know what to yourself. it's indispensable to understanding new york city's history in the 19th and early 20th century histories. it's really a gift to the city of new york that we have this museum. so i encourage you, even if you take a mature before, please come back and take it again because the tours are changing and it's a wonderful it areas. as someone mentioned, i'm here tonight to talk about my book, "new york at war." publishers and images, powerpoint presentations come as some of which are in the book, others not in the book. the book itself rea
. in san francisco, anyone can have a bank account, things to an innovative program, bank on s.f. >> everyone is welcome, even if you are not a citizen or have bad credit to qualify for a bank account is simple. just live or work in san francisco and have a form of id. >> we started bank on s.f. six years ago to reach out to folks in the city who do not have a bank account. we wanted to make sure they know they have options which should be more low-cost, more successful to them and using chat catchers. >> check cashing stores can be found all over the city, but they're convenient locations come with a hidden price. >> these are big. >> i remember coming in to collect -- charged a fee to collect a monogram. >> people who use check catchers, particularly those who use them to cash their paychecks all year long, they can pay hundreds, even a thousand dollars a year just in fees to get access to their pay. >> i do not have that kind of money. >> i would not have to pay it if i had a bank account. >> bank accounts are essential. they keep your money saved and that helps save for the
need it when i asked how much it costs to develop the gas guzzler? >> $80 to 90s oodz your wife showing me $100. >> well... she does this car more than i do. >> is it painful? or just one of the things you think very to fill it up? >> you have to work it out, somehow. >> so for all of us there is light at the end of the tunnel. experts say by the end of the month gas prices should drop a little bit but two things have to happen. work has to resume and then, prices will drop once summer driving season winds down. >> there sf a lot more ahead. countdown on for the new bay bridge. we can in for nail biting. >> and the late announcement of an early opening tonight. >> i'm spencer christian. a very visible marl. but the only place that is cool is the coast. i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming oorks on the bun dart -- dunbarton bridge, it will reopen sometime before midnight instead of 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. this is new video of crews finishing up repair work around the bridge. they spend the holiday weekend installing a joint allowing the span to be more flexible. and caltrans sa
the valley floor. mid- to upper 40s, from mill valley waking up cool as well. 60 degrees in livermore and 50s around the bay. 53 in oakland. mid- to upper 50s. one last stop here. 52 degrees in concord. for your afternoon, the farther inland you are, the better the chance you are really not gonna fill any type of cool degrees. maybe 3 to, so the -- maybe 3 to 5. this will drive heavy to the south. it could be a bit humid m your area tomorrow afternoon because of tropical storm john. the models are having a hard time agreeing on this. we're still another day or two out. here's what we're expecting for today. 76 in hayward. low 90s up over the east bay hill. end of the south bay, a nice warm day, 85 san jose. along the peninsula, 83 palo alto, 66 in san francisco. a nice mild to warm day in santa cruz. the cooling trend becomes more apparent wednesday into thursday and the ridge about back into time. upper 80s low 90s in the forecast. low 60s at the coast. i will have your lunchtime numbers coming up. >>> 7:10. dangerous heat is dogging cleanup efforts theory a weak after hurricane isaac ravage
. tonight they opened all lanes. 10 hours ahead of schedule. kron 4's charles clifford is live near the toll plaza and has details. >> reporter: right now i am live for the dumbarton bridge. as you can see traffic resumed here. not too many cars right now because caltrans opened the bridge 10 hours early. people probably didn't plan on crossing the bridge tonight but it is open and there are cars going across. let's look at video. caltrans finished two projects, they finished putting in a 42- inch joint and lifted a portion of the roadway up 5 inches off of the foundation to put bearings in there and that will allow the bridge to have flexibility if there is an earthquake. they got the work done ahead of schedule because of nice weather this weekend and they learned from previous experience over memorial day weekend when they did similar work and the contractors were geared up to finish on time. they cleaned up the debris and little along the road, cleaned off the toll plaza area, put in a fast track monitor and put in new bumper rails in front of the toll plaza. back live, caltrans says the
the coast line. see low pressure mainly in the low mid 50's perhaps upper 40's north bay valley there water vapor satellite image this area of orange color here indicates very dry air aloft. that dry air will soon be replaced by more moist air as we pull back and show you the remnant of tropical storm elian a and moisture from tropical depression john flowing in our direction. in our direction already and reaching us soon. start the forecast animation at 11:00 o'clock tonight and overnight tomorrow night into wednesday we see some of the clouds and sub tropical moisture flowing up into the bay area and by wednesday slight chance of showers mainly south of monterey or from monterey south ward but still close enough that it is important to post it and show you it is on its way. tomorrow nothing but mainly sunny skies on the way and another warm day as well south bay high pressure mainly in the mid upper 80's. 85 at san jose. 86 at cupertino. up to 90 at los gatos. peninsula we see high high ranging from mid 70's to 80's. 75 at millbrae. 78 san mateo o. 83 at palo alto. mount view. o
to the west of pittsburg itself. in those hills. temperatures in the 60s. winds are light. that's great news for firefighters. but humidity is extremely low at this time of night. just at 10%. for tuesday, we're going to have a mixed bag here. temperatures in the 90s. it will be hot out there for hot spots to flare up. it will be breezy but not over by gusty. and humidity could be worst this time of year. it's expected at 30% throughout the afternoon hours. not too bad as we look ahead to the next 24 hours. that high pressure is going to continue to fade. we'll begin with 50s and 06s. by the bay and down in the south bay, instead of temperatures to upper 80s and near 90, we'll look at slight cooling. >> thank you, jeff. >>> not the lake tahoe vacation they were dreaming of. a san jose family involved in a jet skiing accident is at a san jose hospital. they rented into jet skis ps investigators say the two water craft collided going about 30 miles per hour. neither parent had experience operating a jet ski. the family's 7-year-old daughter was airlifted to reno. the 5-year-old son and mother
president obama's re-election bid. >>> welcome on today's show. the u.s. is back today. did you enjoy the labor day weekend? >> we were laboring on labor day yesterday, which is appropriate, actually. >> and the data starts, right? the data countdown. >> ism today, jobs report friday. so much happening. >> let's remind what you is on the show today. we'll head out to wrbrussels to hear from the man to talk. and we wait for david cameron to confirm the cabinet reshuffle. >>> as the rba leaves rates on hold we head out to australia to hear from jpmorgan. >>> the democratic convention is set to kick off. >>> one hour into the trade daigle in europe. weighted to the downside at the moment. advances outpaced by decliners. by a little around six to four, a little less than that. let's show you where we stand as far as the ftse 100 is today. the ibex actually up 8% so that market is benefitting from these draghi comments suggesting bond buying wouldn't breach the rules, which is fairly encouraging. euro/dollar -- well, let's show you how that's had an impact on spanish debt yields. up to aro
in cumberland. feels a similar all across of theion because humidity. upper 80s in the today. breaks in the clouds. brady's locally, mid 80's town with a better chance of a few downpours along west of the blue ridge and in the potomac highlands. and 74 inahoma city boston. will talk more about the rain chances and flash flooding potential, coming up. a northwest washington is all heard again today. in bloomingdale's and other neighborhood cleaning up basementagging their after sunday night's's storms. many are blaming the district of the drainage system for the backups. a council member has proposed p a relief fund to help those residents. 16 months after the u.s. raid that killed osama authorized -- an unauthorized book is. hitting bookstore is the author never saw the of the pentagon or the cia. brianne carter joins us with what this might mean. this book was originally supposed to be released on september 11. o many details it to the about was moved up to wasy -- their release date moved up. the pentagon decided to take action. in.hat you ordered has come >> the book with so much
in livermore, temperatures in the mid 70s in the afternoon, we'll tell you who could hit mid 90s coming up. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. >>> damian, the united farm worker's union not happy with lawmakers for rejecting a bill that would provide overtime pay for these workers. what happens now. >> they're angry, they're not going to stop now. the farm workers were the only gro gro group left out of the 1938 -- the seat assembly just voted to keep it that way. >> reporter: they have been cleaning this pepper hill since 5:30 this morning. they're not going to sugar coat it, it hasn't been an easy day. it's hot. >> reporter: it was in the low 90s in morgan hill, a little hotter in this
. south san jose, 89. temperatures starting to back off, upper sects and l60s and 7. the sign of the fog building. see it in our satellite loop. getting pretty expensive. going to help to cool off our temperatures. if you are headed to san francisco tonight. see the fog building over the golden gate gap. we will talk more about how temperatures could drop for this week in the full seven-day forecast. >> all right. see you then, jeff. okay, organic versus conventional produce. is it worth the extra money to go toorganic. a research, shows buying store brand may not beso bad afterall. >> can they do this? why, facebook, cracking down on the number of likes for certain posts. back in a moment. >>> spammers love off to like. we're talking face book. and the like button. now engineers at menlo park. are working to maintain the credibility of the like feature by weeding out the fakes. facebook says that, a like that doesn't come from someone interested in connecting with the page, benefits no one. on its official blog, facebook has announced. an automated effort to remove suspicious likes afte
. there's a few breaks in the clouds. the dew point in the low 70s. that is just not comfortable. pressure is falling a little bit at 29.88 inches of mercury. so when the humidity is 70% or the dew points in the low to mid 70s, that's just not a comfortable air mass. now the radar with lightning, good news is, not much lightning. this storm has intensified over the past half an hour and northeast of cumberland. a couple lighter storms south of 66. we'll watch these. they are moving off to the north and east. for the most part, it's quiet on the way home, which is a good thing. looking at live doppler. some showers northwest of cumberland. these shower haves s have died out a little bit. way out here, we are out into west virginia. we'll watch those, too. even though we are going to lose the sunshine, we're going to keep the chance of a shower or thunderstorm in. all right, baseball. temperatures in the 80s as we host the cubs. slight chance of a shower. winds out of the south at 9. 22 victories. combination of losses from the braves. we win the division. 84 right now in great falls. 86 in
, wbal-tv 11 news. >> boy, is it humid out there. the dew point in the mid-70's, and that is creating a humidity level of a 74%. we had showers earlier this morning. there is still a chance you could see more of that as we get into the afternoon. 30% chance of showers and storms through 3:00 p.m., also 3:06 p.m., as temperatures will be in the mid-80's. that is the case as we go into tonight. by 9:00 p.m., 40% chance for showers. although they will be scattered, if you do have a shower or storm, it could be on the heavy side. we will talk about that in the seven-day in a few minutes. >> the democratic national convention is set to kick off in charlotte. gov. martin o'malley will take the stage in primetime at 10:00 tonight. response tells us who else we will see on the bottom -- tracie potts tells us who else we will see on the podium. >> today we will hear from democrats that president obama has moved the country for, including mitt romney's successor, massachusetts gov. deval patrick. >> we were 47th in the nation. >> and up-and-coming democrat, the san antonio, texas mayor, is toni
for next week. and the s&p is up a fraction after having been sharply lower earlier. now at 1407. meantime, the democrats are kicking off their convention today as election day is a little over two months away. with that in mind, looking at how the markets have done between labor day and election day traditionally. in the months leading up to the re-election of president george w. bush in 2004 it was the best period for the markets among the three most recent election cycles. so as we kick off another cycle, should we expect the same thing? >> we're looking at it. let's get to "closing bell exchange." we have brian belske, alan nukman, chris costantinos and steve leasem steve li esman with us. >> there's a very good chance we give back a little bit of these summer gains that have surprised most investors, as most investors remember back in june, july, were so bearish. market ran in their faces a little bit. remember as bill said at the top of the broadcast, september traditionally is the worst month of the year. would not be surprised if we see some weakness. our call is for a rally before
assess each roun round. that's not what happen happens. >> police say they found 50 ecstacy 90's romero consider. officers involved are on routine administrative leave while solana county district attorney's office investigates. >> dump borton bridge open tonight about half day ahead of schedule. span shut down over the holiday weekend for retrofit work. it was to reopen tomorrow mrping at 5:00 but traffic started flowing again tonight just before 7:30. they replaced joint on east side of the bridge to make it more flexible in the event of mainly earthquake. engineers replace the west side of memorial day woon. >> more to come at 11:00. new crack down on parking. bay area city looking for parking placard abuse and what could happen to those who get caught. >> also the worst commute in the nation. 3 of them are right here in the bay year. we tell you if yours made the willist. >> as the presidential race enters the home stretch the new scheme that is targeting voters what you need to watch out for. all that coming up then on "nightline". >> hello. coming up. church bashing rap w
chief during world war two he issued what he called a humble apology but he s ntroversial remarks. >> not telling the truth you are lying. i said joseph concept was the big lie. if you tell it enough people will think it's the trawvt. >>reporter: congress william pelosi seen here with burt open says she has no problems with the explanation. romney campaign called it gutter politic. white house called it inappropriate. >> that was in charlotte. politically powerful and supporters are rubbing elbow and preparing for the president big tonight at the democratic national convention on thursda thursday. now 7 news political reporter mark matthews is in charlotte covering the convention and young delegate from san francisco who is already getting noticed. this is me lace san miguel 26 years old. first national political convention. and i'm taking better it's not her last. when she tells me her time here at the convention seems a little dream like she's talking about the american dream. >> i captain believe it's happening. made me think this is the only country where something
mcginnis, 9news now. >>> former virginia governor and current u.s. senate candidate tim kaine will address the convention this afternoon. we'll have coverage of all the speeches later tonight on 9news now at 11:00. >>> in just a few hours, a former top campaign aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray will be back in court. thomas gore pleaded guilty in may to organizing the under the table payments to former mayoral candidate suleman brown. it was all part of an alleged shadow campaign to get gray elected. gore was the first of three campaign aides to plead guilty in this. today's hearing is going to decide whether or not -- excuse me, decide when gore will be sentenced. >>> prince george's county and montgomery county residents could see a hefty increase in their water bills. the wssc needs to increase funding for some construction projects. right now the water company is more than $78 million over its projected construction budget. the money will be used to replace more than 5500 miles of the wssc's aging water system. >>> at 6:07, jessica doyle is here with a special your money rep
for nuclear bombs. they have threatened to attack the site. u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton urged caution on iran's nuclear development. >> we believe and we share this common position that iran has a right to the use of peaceful nuclear energy. but iran must abide by its international obligations and -- >> she said iranian leaders cannot be permitted to get a nuclear weapon. >>> clinton has urged southeast asian leaders to work together towards calm in the south china sea. she want them to resolve territorial disputes with china without intimidation or the use of force. clinton is on a tour of southeast asia and china ahead of the asia-pacific economic corporation forum this week in russia. she met with indonesian foreign minister in jakarta. clinton says it's in the u.s. national interest to keep peace in the south china sea. >> we encourage asean and china to make meaningful progress towards finalizing a comprehensive code of conduct in order to establish rules of the road and clear procedures for peacefully addressing disagreements. >> asean members met in july, but disagreeme
two months. fox 5's karen gray houston is live with more. >> reporter: the streets here along rhode island avenue northwest are bone dry now which may seem deceiving to some members of this community, but there are some trucks and bulldozers out here just in case we get bad weather tonight. for now the flooding may be gone, but there are still some wet basements. the hard work for now, disinfecting and cleaning up the mess. >> the level of water was up to here. it was close to 4 feet of water. >> reporter: michael thomas has lived on two floors at his house on u street for four years. he tookous a tour of his basement and says -- took us on a tour of his basement and said this is the worst he's ever seen. >> this is actually the third time it flooded in the last six weeks. >> reporter: he says just about everything that was not bolted to the floor was floating around. d. >> the pressure was so, so great that it punctured a hole in the wall. >> reporter: oh, my. back in the kitchen even the refrigerator flipped over. >> that's the way i found it. >> reporter: he uses this space a
temperatures in the upper- 80's. the normal is only 82. we'd beat that by quite a bit. it is currently in the low-80's. downtown baltimore, 81 as the rain shower pass through. 73 on the coast. 70's in the mountains. temperatures will stay in the 70's tonight. if you suburbs may reach 67. -- a few suburbs may reach 67. all of this weather is locked in place. nothing really to take out the front until this front arrives. that is going to take a couple of days. it would generate more showers and thunderstorms. for most of the week, the threat of a shower will be there. highs tomorrow, 84-89. winds out of the southwest at 5- 10. on the bay, a small craft advisory. the waves will diminish and settle down during the afternoon when the thunderstorms will be popping up. use some caution if you are on the bay. a thunderstorm is the possibility for the next two days. the eastern shore, summertime heat and humidity. ocean city, showers and storms and temperatures in the low- 80's. rain chances are also higher. typically during the hurricane season, if you look at the most active time, we are gett
evening temperatures ranging from 50s to 80s in slow to cool down inland areas. there is temperature from 49 to 57. a mix of clouds and sun z a flow of subtropical moisture coming up into our direction. and with the afternoon heating, there may be a chance of thunderstorms tomorrow and perhaps thursday. i'll tell you more about that later in the accu-weather forecast. >> thank you very much. and still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 democratic national convention has begun. we're going to take you there live for a preview of the highlight of opening night. >> hackers may have your number. the way they got their hands on apple device number autos also, high chairs may make feeding waib baby easier but they can be dangerous. >> we told you about traffic in the east bay. as a result of the shooting situation. right now this is a live shot of downtown san francisco and the sky wait. the usual crawl is drivers trying to make their way to the east bay. a lot better for those folks heading southbound. >>> the democratic national convention kick ofz in charlottes, north carolina today. >> and abc joi
. >> police say they found 50 ecstacy 90's romero consider. officers involved are on routine administrative leave lee while solana county district attorney's office investigates. >> dump borton bridge open tonight about half day ahead of schedule. span shut down over the holiday weekend for retrofit work. it was to reopen tomorrow mrping at 5:00 but traffic started flowing again tonight just before 7:30. they replaced joint on east side of the bridge to make it more flexible in the event of mainly earthquake. engineers replace the west side of memorial day woon. >> more to come at 11:00. new crack down on parking. bay area city looking for parking placard abuse and what happd happen to those who get caught. >> also the worst commute in the nation. 3 of them are right here in the bay year. we tell you if yours made the willist. >> as the presidential race enters the home stretch the new scheme that is targeting voters what you need to watch out for. all that coming up then on "nightline". >> hello. coming up. church bashing rap with over 20 million you tube hits. the young christia
's been over a month and a half. it's ridiculous. that's86 degrees. very much summer like day in the west. no signs really of rain or a cooldown kind of continuing. >> all right, bill. thank you. aid on the way for spain. italy, everyone wants a piece of the airlines. current economic conditions for the tooth fairy. early morning headlines are straight ahead. >>> justin bieber has a new tattoo, how many does he have, and what was his first? stay tuned. >>> another mild show for tiger woods. a pair of walk-offs out west and a thrilling end to the first weekend of the college football season. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. "the new york times" reports the u.s. is close to an economic deal with egypt's new government to eliminate $1 billion of egypt's debt to help make the transition to democracy. >>> syrian president bashir al assad says there will be no dialogue with the opposition before the army imposes security throughout the country. meanwhile an opposition group sa
was done to me. it wasn't my birth. it was another day for them. >> reporter: the u.s. is 34th for mothers surviving child birth. 38th for newborns surviving. u.s. births are the most expensives. >> i think bottom line, it comes down to money. >> reporter: they were not protesting against the hospital, they do a good job during birth but here and elsewhere it could be better. health and science editor john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> three members of a san jose family were injured today. the mother and father who each had a child as a passenger crashed into each other at 30 mile-an-hour. the mother and brother suffered head injuries and the girl suffered a leg injury. the father was not hurt. >>> concerns over the hantavirus outbreak resulted in a lot of cancellations at yosemite national park during the holiday weekend. 20% of the reservations were canceled. typically this type of year everything is sold out. officials announced last week 10,000 people were at risk for contracting hantavirus after staying at yosemite national park this summer. so far two people died. >>> researchers
on is how to build an economy meant to last. we did it in the 90s and that involved asking every american to pay their fair share, asking the wealthy to pay just a little bit more in taxes to invest in our economy. it meant investing in education and innovation and research and development. >> stephanie cutter, campaign manager for the obama campaign, joining us from the convention. first lady, michelle obama speech right here on wusa9. the live coverage begins at 10:00 p.m. >>> one person who will not be at the convention tonight is president obama. instead, he had one final campaign stop to wrap up his road to charlotte tour. the president spoke to a crowd of more than 11,000 this afternoon at norfolk state university and there he blasted the republicans. what he says they did and did not do at their convention last week. >> spending less time talking about their plans. and that's not just because they don't like it, but it's because they know you saw what happened when we tried it. you lived through it and we can't afford to repeat it. >> he will watch his wife's speech tonight on t
in damages. >>> more rain, more flooded basements in d.c.'s bloomingdale neighborhood. the residents there are frustrated because this keeps happening. michael thomas says sunday was the third time his condo flooded in the last several weeks, and he says he has three and a half feet of sewage water filling his basement. it ruined appliances, furniture and the drywall. >> it scared me when i saw the water force that door open. i couldn't believe it. i was praying that it wouldn't push the door open entirely. there was that much pressure on that door. i never seen anything like it. >> storms also flooded a stretch of rhode island avenue, even standed a driver who had to be rescued. mayor vincent gray has appointed a task force to study the flooding problem in bloomingdale. and the d.c. water department director george hawkins says a long-term solution involves a new deeper and bigger draining system which will not be finished for years. >>> president obama toured the flood damaged town of laplace, louisiana yesterday. he met with people whose homes were destroyed in the flooding brough
paint, including behr ultra, now through september 5th. >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington" with cynne simpson and steve chenevey. this is "good morning washington," on your side. a vigil will be held tonight a the third anniversary of manassasving crash in that kill the toddler and his grandmother. afford explore rear end of the saturn on prince william parkway. capacitors in the saturn were in the passengers saturn were killed. driver of the explorer pled manslaughter and was sentenced to three years in prison. father of a high-school school inot dead at a baltimore county says that his is close to the road to recovery. thatl borowy's father said from hiss recovering d surgery, which did go well. y injured lastll after another student named gladden opened fire at the school. as an adult with attempted first-degree murder. a man at the center of the campaign scandal surrounding gray isor vincent scheduled to appear in court today for a status hearing. campaign treasurer thomas gore. he could find out when he will be sentenced. he pleaded guilty to funding cash t
to the u.s. participation in world war i. this event held at the tenement museum in new york city is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you, maurice. it's a pleasure to be here. thank you all for coming for this. i just want to second but morris was saying earlier about the museum, but the tenement museum. if you have not taken this to her of 97 down the block here, which is really the core mission of this museum is to interpret that tenement house that was built in 1863 and the generations of immigrants who became new yorkers partly through living there, he really over to yourself. i really think it's indispensable to understanding new york city's history in the 19th and early 20th centuries and it is really a gift to the city of new york that we have this museum. i encourage you even if you take a mature before, come please come back and take it again because there's new tours changing and it's a wonderful experience. as morris mentioned, i am here tonight to talk about my book "new york at war." i'm going to sho
. >> they first came to the united states in the ships in the great lakes in the mid 19 80s and spread almost everywhere. this is one of the last places where they haven't appeared. >> main water vessels are traveling from lake to lake. >> this is a demonstration program. the county spent 3,000ses today bring this chocolate lab trained to sniff out the mussels on the holes of boats. this would take me 15 minutes that, dog takes about 30 seconds. >> debbie are regards it as a big game he sits down and gets a toy. >> this weekend that did not happen. must have been frustrating for pop eye. >> it's the end of the daichl he loves to swim so. he gets to go for a swim. >> there is no mussels in the lake this weekend. just one, tired, happy, chocolate lab. >> and there are supporters of wiki leaks founder called the system of the armed forces and swedish institute on twitter an unidentified group saying hands off assange. he's been holed up in the british embassy. >> and koit be armageddon versus apple? bruce willis could fight for the right to leave his extended i tunes library to his children when
and muggy. and let's go to fox 5s gary mcgrady net weather center and this humidity staying strong throughout the weekend? >> it sure is and that is sticking around a couple of more days and muggy out there with the high temperatures in the mid- to upper 80s. at times today, it felt like it was into the lower 90s and so, again, oppressive, humid, muggy, and that is the case for this evening, too and with that heat and humidity, not a lot and that is to the north of us earlier up just mother of -- north of philly with a tornado warning and there is some active flash flood warnings los angeles and we're sitting here and looking at the radar and we don't see anything over the bay and some showers to the northwest of frederick county and to parts of northern sections of carol county. over to sentinel radar. i want you to see at least the last few hours, there have been a few showers blow on through and we get tighter there. for charles county, southern parts of prince georges county and to calvert county and to ann arundel county, there is a chance of showers, even a few thunderstorms
from the 70s to low 80s by noon. mid-80s by 3:00. we top out about 4:00, 5:00, somewhere around 87 with a chance for the scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms once again. anything that falls today could have some locally heavy rains. we're in the 70s now. although luray and oakland have dipped into the 60s. 77, a very sticky 77 here in washington. 74 in easton and 72 in frederick. there's been some rain overnight. we had this batch of rain which lifted up generally north and west of d.c. and this morning as we look at it on the doppler radars, you can see all the activity generally pulling away from us. a couple of showers still from anne arundel, annapolis up toward baltimore. going into the 80s today. we'll watch for storms this afternoon. let's check in with monika at 5:00 a.m. she's watching for traffic. >>> there's a fallen tree on beach drive. it's closed it joyce and bladden. in the meantime, let's take a look at our interstates. northbound i-95 you'll begin to see early volumes today. terrible traffic tuesday. we've been telling thu all morning. through woodbridge r
for the dow. here's the s&p 500. it is a nice picture to look at, especially if you woke up this morning and haven't checked since this afternoon. welcome to september. traditionally the worst month of the year for stocks. right. so the dow has ended september in the red 60% of the time since 1915. but don't worry, we have a team of experts coming up to help keep your portfolio in the green this month, in advance of what we always know as a pretty weak month. right? september terrible? maybe not this time. one thing that's not in the green though is our national debt. it is fast approaching 16 trillion dollars. it's expected to cross that number this evening and of course we're watching it. look, it is a number, a psychological number, but it is something we need to really watch. it is important. european central bank president is making waves as usual from across the pond with more comments about a possible european bond market intervention this week. but let's find you some value here at home. we have the ceo of a company that has paid a dividend since world war ii. back then the avera
hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work tother, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: please welcome ry cooder to this program, the legendary guitarist. he is out now with a new project in time for the political season. the disk is called "election special," and i am told that it was inspired by a show that i was a part of. here is a song from the disk, "mutt romney blues." >> what were you thinking? >> i did not know there was something wrong with this. >> the dog gets out of the car. >> pulling up, woof, woof, woof ♪ captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> he secured the dog on the roof for a 12-hour drive. tavis: ry cooder, what goes through an artists head to give him the idea to write something like "mutt romney blues"? >> i said i have to talk some about mitt. how do you take a guy like this, a kind of colorless, odorless unknown character, and i tried to make a mormon song, but it was too complicated, and so i got t
union kid. >>mark: what is your thoughts on the u.s. on this auto industry. is that back? >>rob: guess it's back. -- gas is back. bmw is going to export into your appeared. >>mark: let's talk about the toys r us-- toys r us. they are going to be doing layaway >>rob: we are a nation whose lives paycheck to paycheck. if you have to get some stuff on layaway, people do not like that but we will do that. it is just another way how we consume and the united states. >>mark: some places are making it cheaper so it does not cost you anything up front. >>rob: that would be a pretty good business to be in. >>darya: i do the best buy thing. i buy now and pay it off and 18 months. >>james: we have a lot of whether to talk about here in this is a beautiful shot from our mt. tam cam. here are where the temperatures are at the moment. it is mostly fifties around the area right now. take a look at where temperatures will be at noon time. you can see '60s and along the coastline and '70s and '80s everywhere else >> in the afternoon he will see the east bay is going to warm up until -- to the '90s spin
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